After making it to Scotland and then England, also using Stena Line from Belfast to Cairnryan, I spent a night or two near Sheffield in my motorhome (Barbara Bailey).
Stena Line: Harwich to Hook of Holland
That was not the last ferry I needed to take in my trip towards the Arctic Circle in Norway. Up next is a much different ferry in the Stena Line line-up! This is the Stena Britannica, a much bigger ship than the Superfast ferries used to travel between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The biggest difference here is that I had a double cabin for single use, as well as a much wider array of amenities designed to make this a much more comfortable crossing.
In this video, I do a cabin review, a full ship walk-through and think about what it’s like to travel by motorhome across Europe.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there wi-fi on Stena Line?
The short answer is yes. Stena uses Radiolink, which they promise provides faster results than their previous onboard connectivity. There’s a free internet service, suitable for emails or minimal browsing (e.g., social media), plus a paid version that’s better for streaming, video calls and heavier social media use.